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Executive Presence: Moving From A Cubicle To A Corner Office

Created by Blair Cook, Last Updated 26-Dec-2019, Language:English

Executive Presence: Moving From A Cubicle To A Corner Office

6ExY: Six Traits of Executive You

Created by Blair Cook, Last Updated 26-Dec-2019, Language:English

What Will I Get ?

  • Plan a path to the corner office.
  • Excel in the executive role.
  • Attain strategic levels of influence.
  • Lead with confidence and poise under pressure.

Requirements

  • You better be serious about moving from the cubicle to the corner office

Description

This is the course designed to take you from the cubicle to the corner office.  You've mastered the technical aspects of your career and feel you are ready to make a real difference in your organization.  But the difference between middle management and executive management is profound.  Technical mastery is assumed.  What's more important is how you lead and influence others through relationships and communication skills.  When you enter a boardroom, you command presence with poise and confidence.  Wouldn't it be nice if opportunity found you, rather than waiting for random chance.  This is the course that turns the tables.  Take control of your career and accelerate your path to the corner office.

Who this course is for:

  • High potential professionals, particularly those working in accounting and finance

Course Content

Blair Cook

Thought Leaders in the Field of Executive Finance

A financial executive and corporate director with a broad base of experience working as a financial leader, catalyst, operator and steward in a number of public and private companies operating in a broad array of industries, with a deep background as a financial, consulting, and accounting educator providing professional development services to Big 4 Public Accounting Firms, universities, and professional institutes.

Specialties:Leadership, finance, accounting, mergers and acquisitions, auditing, instructional design, facilitation and instruction, authoring, decision analysis